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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 14 September 1889

THE -ROCK ISLAND AUG US. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1889. A COUNTY FAIR. Tk (per F.n4. the lowrr F.mm the Oafr are IHHlas the ! Prtaat Mabjrft. There has never hern hut one genuine fair in thin county which could be called a central fair. Tbls fair was Inaugarated bout the year 1H07. The first year was a success, the farmers were the leading . apirita and the best in attendance and dis play. Tbe second year the farmers, mer chants and manufacturers became dis gusted over tbe fact that gamblers and faikers wi re permitted to run tbe grounds for a small consideration. The idea that baby racks, cane racks, wheelaof fortune and hippodrome races wilt attract people for a second time has been ex ploded and the firot annual fair of the Hock Inland county society, in which all the people of the county were enlintfd, went under in the second year of its existence. The far mers will not lie humbugged and they are a quick to diarovrr a fraud as the average horseman or gambler or men who enter int...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 16 September 1889

A -1 . Roe Daily Argus Jl SL AN VOL XXXY11. NO 275 ! KOCK ISLAND, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. KRAUSE -Ha BERN AT THK BEAD OF THE- Clothing, Hat, and Furnishing Trade iu the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. "WHY? Because we will give ourpatrons the Fall Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 SUITS FOR $8.00 Bat wk will sell you an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth 8.00, and not a cent less. BEMBMBER THAT! YOU NKVKR WILL BK HUMBFOOKD AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, natter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Spline Wagon Co., HOUSE, II.U Mannracturcrs ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS ""' ,W7I1P!;,,,V, r,-ATro' "I'" Wawwa, MPW:,f nptrA u, lh- Holers irndr i.f anprrior workmanship ari.t fin pi, lia-irau-d IT.r Ual fre. OB aivlM-ailun See the MuU NK W AtiuN I'l-fi.re purranaiiig. sj. B, ZIMMERi Merchant Tailor Star Block, Opp. Harper House, -IS RECEIVING DAILT niS STOCK OF- Spri...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 16 September 1889

THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1889. t j i 1 V : il if i j THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Monday, Seftembeb IS, 1889. The Waaea War Mll Oat. Messrs. Dlmock, Gould & Co., of Mo ll nc, who sold out their wooden ware de partment to the Chicago combine Thurs day, claim there has been no money In woodenware for them of Hte, and the prospects for the future have not been encouraging. The state of Minnesota, for iostance, is preparing to employ its convicts in the manufacture of wooden ware. The material up there is cheap, and that branch of trade conflicts with no private enterprise in the stale. "With convict labor to compete against in the near future, the prospects are that prices will run downward instead of upward, and that the combination will not be able to keep them up. The Western Wooden ware association people, however, have for some time been anxious lo Ret the Moline ware out of the market. It has had the reputation of b'irK better ware, and perhaps this ac c...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 16 September 1889

-J ., m jjimji x-u-jimi HJ.JU .niicnwn::ain in mini -11 1 it trr r -r- .-Nrf?VHSgZ gST'-'' " J- ,???T-fc-fratw-imi THE -ROCK ISIiAND AUG US. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1889. LACE -Neckwear!- For ladle' misses and children novel ties, just receded and remarkable for the low prices. Tbe Uteat are Byron.". "Shakes peare," "Renaissance," Princes Louise" and Directoire. Lace Collars made from Oriental. Nee die Point Swiss, American and Irish point laces. One lot children's Fauntleroy lace col, lars, 3c each. Ladies' and misses Satine Windsor ties 7o each. Large assortment children's torch au and medicl linen lace collars, hand made. Iofanta robes and long dresses, new goods. Special values from 50c to f 5 00. CONTINUATION OP On account of rain last week, many of could not' attend. 25c TOWELS. Sidney Rath Damask. nava seen mem 10 oe me best values ever offered at 253, 84c Cream Damask table linen, not picked up every day at that price. 60c Cream Damask. S3 inch wide table linen is another good...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 16 September 1889

il THE -ROCK 'i 'IST;AN1 ABGtJS.' MON DAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1889. ; t ' .1 f V. I 4 i 1 1 ' BOUND IN WEDLOCK. M arrlaxe ar Mr. My I Mian tia n. Clark at Aahlaad, III. -The Ashland tontinil of Satuidaiiaal contains tbo following, which, many In Rock Island will read with Interest and pleasure, as It pertains to an impor tant slop that has been taken by a young maa who was born and raised In this city, and who was all the time of aft i sldonee here one of the most popular and moat highly respected: On Thursday evening. September 12th, Miss Kale M. Clark, of this city, was united in marring with Mr. Mvlo Lea, of Beardstown, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. prank Lohraan. Id good time before the ceremony about one hundred guests had gathered In the commodious anil handsomely doc orated parlors. As the rlork struck the hour of eight, Mrs. A. O. Hmltn at the oiano struck the opening chords of Men dilution's wedding march to the time of which tho bridal party descended th...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 17 September 1889

J A . is K ISLAND I I f : VOL. XXXVII. NO 276 KOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1889. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Roe ArG US a 'TJOV clean one always feels after using the Ivory Soap." JT1 "Yes, that's because it rinses off so easily. My attention was attracted to the soap by seeing an analysis of it published, in which it was shown that the Ivory" was a well made soap, that the alkali is so thoroughly combined with the oils, that it has more than ordi nary cleansing power and there is nothing sticky or greasy about it." A WORD OF WARNING. Jhere ire many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory'; " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfoits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities' pf the genuine. Ask for Ivory " So.ip and insist upon getting it. Ciipvriirht 1H6. hj PnxiiT A Gamble. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Co., Sal aTV 1VI1 BT m ar MOLHE, Mannlacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A fall andesaplrta Ha nf PLATFORM sari nther Spring Warnr... nrvriillt ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 17 September 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ; ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1889. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. TUESDAT, SEPTEMBER 17. 1889. Tanker and surplus took their adieu about the same Mm. Tire Illinois state fair opens at Peoria next Monday. Taaaer'a IMaaalaMl. It hat been evident for some time that Pennon Commissioner Tanner would have to go or else the administration would forfeit the respect of the conserva tive and thinking element of the people, which, fortunately for the country, hap pens still to be in the ascendant. The American people are very patient and un complalnlngly bear a great many burdens that they should not be called upon to en dure, but Tanner was really too much. Withiu six months an enormous treasury surplus, wrung from the people by un necessary taxation, has been pretty nearly dissipated, and for this the commissioner of nlona has, by common consent, been beld chit fl J responsible. His whole course since his appointment has been scanda lous, lie has permitted the employes of...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 17 September 1889

J LACE -Neckwear!- For ladles' isIihi and children novel, ties. just received and remarkable lor the low prices. The latest are Byron," "Shakes pesre." "Renaissance,- Princes Louise" and Dlrectolre." Lace Collars made from Oriental. Nee die Point. Swiss, American and Irish point laces. One lot children's Fauntleroy lace coli lars, 8c each. Ladies' and misses 8atine Windsor ties 7o each. Large assortment children's torchan and medlcl linen lace collars, hand made. Infanta robes and long dresses, new goods. Special values from 50c to 5 00. CONTINUATION OP On account of rain last week, many of coma not attend. 85c TOWELS, Sidney Bath Damask. Oat Meal and Huck, have seen them to be the best values ever offered at 25- Mo Cream Damask table linen, not picked up" every day at that price. BOc Cream Damask. 3 inch wide table linen is another good thing you can duplicate. Special bargains in fine table linens, napkint and towels. McOABE BROS. 1713. 1714. 171. 1718. 1730 and 1723 Second Avkndk...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 17 September 1889

JL THli -ROCK 1ST, A N D AUG US, TUES DAY, BEPTEMBE1M7, 1889. THE CITY COUNCIL. Another Important Seaalon Evening. Laxt i TkHtfM4 Avme midrwalka Mamt be, Laid t rade...Th Water Mala fc Maait Other Matters. inmcinoport 1 Crnr Coimtti. Hooms. Itoca- Island, Sept. 18. lo81 The council met Id reg ular MmUmonthly session al 8 p. m. Present Mayor McConochie and all the Aldermen except Scott. The minutes of the last regular and special meetings were rud and approved. The mater appointed John Mulqiieon a police ofllrer and asked his confirms tlon confirmed unanimously. The mayor also appointed Flii! Milch' ell city collector, who was unanimously confirmed. Alderman III. from the bridge commit tee, reported the progress of the work under construction and moved thtt one half of the contract stipulation be paid to the Clinton Ilrltlire Co. when the ma ferial is on the ground. Motion carried. The city clerk was also authorized locaah the labor pay roll of bridge labor as soon as the re pairing ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 18 September 1889

r JMItlBw .rill 11 i- l.j Roc Dai LAND RG IT VOL. XXXVII. NO 277 HOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1889. PBICE FIVE CENTS. KRAUSE -HAi BEEN AT TIIR Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Trade in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WII Y? Because wb will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 SUITS FOR $8,00 Bnt wk will srll you an 8j00 suit for $8.00 that is worth f 8.00, and not a cent less. REMEMBEB THAT! YOU NKVKR WILL BE TIUMBUGGKD AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Genu's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Co., Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A fall aadeepkrta llae f T1.ATFORM ,., ., ,,, t.ml.nr .dipted to tha Westers trait- nf auprrmr nrl.manbl .ml f mrh lllairaieri ITice Uat free oa plirmtmu Hee the XuU.NK v. Aims l.i ti.rt purchasing. M. YERBURY, rV u CHA8. W. YEUBCKY. Manner. ON L.Y 2.00 Photos on a Toboggan Slide. AT TI1E VIENNA PHOTO...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 18 September 1889

THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS,. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1889. THE DAILY ARGUS JOMM W. POTTER. WEDKXSDAY, BEPTElf BEB 18. 1889. Tns St. LouU Republic shows from the census reporu that during the high tariff decade ot 1870 80 the number of facto ries in Missouri decreased from 11,871 to 8,502; the capital invested in manufact uring from f8O.257.00O to $72,507,000; the value of product from $206,213,000 to 1105,818.000. and the amount of wagea paid from 131,055,000 to 124.809, 000. Here it a partial hat of factories closed during the same decade: Connecticut... IMaware Florida (twrjn Indiana Kentucky I.nutalana Main MlMonri 140 M tm 84.1 S4 m 1.0O4 .m 8,ir la the face such figures aa these, the countrj Is actually asked to believe that a war against protection Is a war against our Industries! That Marplao. From the Chicago Nrwt. During toe last presidential campaign one of the most serious arguments In favor of a revision of the "war tariff" was the menace which the resulting accumu lation of...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 18 September 1889

J anML- . .iMTMWVl.-'- If "it LACE -Neckwear!- Fur ladles' misses and children novel ties. just receied and remarkable for the loir prices. The latent are "Byron." "Shake peare." ,'Ilenalwance,n rrincea Louise" and Dlrecloire." Lare Collara made from Oriental. Nee dle Point 8wisa, American and Irish point lacea. One lot children'a Fauntlerov lace coN lars, 8c each. Ladiee' and misses Batine Windsor ties 7c each. . Large assortment children's torch an and medicl linen lace collara, hand made. I of ants rohea and Iohr dresses, new gooda. Special values from 50c to $5 00. CONTINUATION OP On account of rain last week, many of our rrillhl tint llaml 85c TOWELS. Sidney Bath Damask. Oat DftVA IMH Itiam n K I . I " mo umi TBiuim ever ouorea at sua, jeIB Damask table linen, not picked up every day at that price, our. Cream Damask. 63 Inch wide table lineu is another good thing you can duplicate Special bargains in fine table lincna. napkin and towels. McCABE BROS. 1712. 1714. 1718. 1718. 172...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 18 September 1889

TBE "ROCK IBTiANJJ AKGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMJ3EH 18, 1889. A GRAND THKATRK. Til Raa4l4l llartla 0?ra IIhm A li?rprt t'.MerrlM. . Tha Burtis opera bouM at Davenport hu undergone tome gret changes during lh past two monlki; It hu been com plstely remodeled and la now on of the Ml elegant theatres In the writ. Tb DtmrrU-Uue(t has given it a great wrtte-up: The proscenium arch hat been greatly altered, ami now (tires tb at age and It occupants tb appearance of a great an imatml picture encased in a gilt frame of grand proportion and great beauty . It has been moved forward sereu feet, so that tb stage haa Rained that much In depth, while tb full swell front still gives It all the needed room before the curtain. The front of the stase has been considerably elevated, so as to place it mora nearly on a level and dispel the tilra that the actora and set rocks and staife buildings are about to slidsdown bill and land on top of the orchestra. The sta;e haa been widened about sis feet in the wi...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 19 September 1889

"I I v Da KOCK IS LAND rot VOL. XX XVII. NO; 278 ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 18S9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. LY K RAU S E -HAS BEEN AT THE Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Trade in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WI1YI Because we will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 SUITS FOR $8.00 Bat wk will sll you an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth $8.00, and not a cent kds. "JEbJSl&ttlsjEJBJ&tt THAT! YOU NKVKR WILL BK HUMBUOOEIJ AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioueer Clothier, natter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Moline Wagon Co., HOLIXK, Mannlactnrcrs ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A rail and ramptrta Una of PLATFOIJM 1 other Spring Warrms, "rlally arisptsd to tha Westara trartn of sopcrtnr work man .hip ami Snirh IMa'tratrri Pru-e Lint fra on apiillrsllnn. See (he MuLl.sK w Alius Ix-forc purchasing. M. YERBURY, a 1 1 ' i' ' a CIIAft. W. YERBUKY. Manner. THOMAS SMAR...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 19 September 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1889. THE DAILY ARGUS JOHW W. POTTER. TaCRIDAT. BlPTKMBEH 19. 1889. Mr. Nktoxk, the great London baker, Wit offered and refused 1 4 000.000 for bit business shortlv before bit death. In arlj life be filled and bad hie accounts tlld by the bankruptcy court. Later when bia second veniure bad mad him rlcb. be paid all bia old creditors the bal ance of their claims in full, with interact. TnRRB ia aoroe hope for Oregon going democratic. Ia one locality the flamee surrounded the echoolhouae for two week a, and the Inhabitanta at once put up a tent in a aafe spot, and kept the school going all the same. A people so per latent ia seeking education will ulli mately learn the fallacies, sophisms and injuatlce of the present excesilve proteo tire tariff. "A Pretty H Hkawlaf " St. l-oulu Hrpuhllr. An Associated Press dispatch from Providence. It. I., announces that "the report of the committee of creditors of the Phuni Woolen company, whose mills ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 19 September 1889

1 EIVERSIDE Cook Stoves Ranges, RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES, Boynton Celebrated Furnaces, MASON & DAVIS' Wrought Steel Ranges "Estimates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on application. 1617 Second avenne, STATIONERY. A. Kinc 'OF Etchings, . Engravings And Statuary Suitable for Wedding Presents, at KINGSBURY & SONS, CO W H O M tSPCall and see them. WINDOW Alaska REFRIGERATORS In competition with the Leading Refrigerators of the United Status received the highest award for economy of ice, using only 12.17 as much ice as its lst compet itor and 9.17 as much as one of its would be competitors. :THE ALASKA: possesses the only provision chamter free from odors, produces a dry cold air which do ohtcr can equal, and has preserved fresh meats three weeks lo the hottest weather. Prod urea belter results with lfse ice than any other Refrigerator. The fluea of the do not require cleaning as do other make, lieing perfectly and scien tiflcally constructed, the cold dry air by constant circ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 19 September 1889

TH35 HOCK 1ST j AND AliGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMiiEK 19, 1889. A NOT II EU VERSION. 1i y Maralial inBfaltfc, of UfMiirt, Wrltra a Caantaualratlo In Recara t the Mtalra Horae Iakrlll T Heaartt 4'aptare. Editor Rock Island Aneus: Ukkeseo, III.. Hept. 15. Sir: Will jou permit an explanation In regard to your "police points" account of John HdIvcW's recovery of a atolen horse In yonr city Thursday. Sept. 13. I enclose card ofTurins reward. You will observe it Is dennlte in offering $50 "for the re turn of said mare." The inference In our account would be that one W. J Kerr had been wronged by being ignored In the matter of payment of re ward. Now for the facts: Your notice of the horse being stolen appeared Oct In Erie correspondence. On the same date, after reading your report, Mr. Long, wbo had purchased the animal, wrote Mr. Snively as follows: "John Snively. Genesco. 111., Dear Sir I see by this evening's Akoits that you had a horse stolon from you last 1 burs day. I bought a home last ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 20 September 1889

ROCK .Daily Argus LAND VOL. HXVll. NO! 279 ROCK ISLAND, Fill DAY, SEPTEMBER 20, I8c9. PRICE FIVE CENTS. KRAUSE -HAS BKRN AT THE Clothing, Hat and Furnishing Trade in the Tri-cities for the last 35 years. We will stay there. WHY! Because wk will give our patrons the Full Value of their Money. We do not sell you $12.00 SUITS jjoo But wk will bull yon an $8.00 suit for $8.00 that is worth 18.00, and not a cent less. lEMUIEIlBIEIR, THAT! YOU NKVKR WILL BK HUMBUGGED AT ROBERT KRAUSE'S, The Pioneer Clothier, natter and Gent's Furnisher, 115 and 117 West Second St., Davenport la. THE MOLINE WAGON. The Mbline Wagon Co., MOLIXt; IS" W - " Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS A foil and rnmptrt Its nf TLATFORM aad whrr Sprint; Wirmi, eorUIly adapted to tha Wcatsra trad-, of .nprrixr morkman-hi and fln t-h Illustrated ITics LUt f res oa application. See the MuLlNK At.uS b.forc purchasing. M. YERBURY, n :J .. 521 rl;7pfe -Steam s Gas Fitter- mm i CUA9. W. YEUBURY. Manager. AUGUSTANA...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 20 September 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1889 THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W. POTTER. Friday. Skptembeh 20. 1889. Tns tolls of the pension office con Ulned on tbe last day of Juno 489,725 pensioners and Is still Increasing. Tbe figures ere from an official statement just iaaued. Thr Pioria Tra$eript remarks that "if tbe pension cnmmlssionership Is gi? en to Major Warner tbe state of Missouri will bare tbe secretary of tbe interior, commissioner of pensions, deputy com missioner of pensions and assistant attor ney general. In fact, the state of Jesse James strongly democratic under the present republican administration, like the Me Mr. Riley of hotel fame, is doing quite well." Tbe Peoria lltrtdd retorts by saylnit that perhaps the president In aspiring to get tbe interior department back to the tfikieot management which characterized it under the democratic ad ministration, thinks the safest plan is to draw bis material from a democratic state., hoping that then the department may draw ...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rock Island daily Argus. — 20 September 1889

THE HOCK ISLAND AliGUS. FHIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 20, 1889. EIYERSIDE Cook Stoves Ranges, RIVERSIDE OAK STOVES, Boynton Celebrated Furnaces, MASON & DAWS' Wrought Steel Ranges and Steel Dome Furnaces. tr-Esti mates for Heating and Ventilating furnished on ap plication. . DAVID DON, 1617 Second avenne, Rook Island, Ills. STATIONERY. A. Fine Line Etchings, Engravings And Statuary Suitable for Wedding Preeents, at KINGSBURY & SONS, 1705 Secend Avenue. tPCall and see tbem; W P H O WINDOW Rasmussen HAS To 1725 Second Avenue, Xext Door to Cranipton's Bookstore. t55TTh6 iuMic is cordially invited to inspect our NEW GALLERY, the finest west of Chicago without any exception. ' -BUY hoes and -OF- S The Davenport Shoe Co., COli. UIJADY AND SECOND, Davenport, Iowa. FSTltock Island people are quarters while in the city. Remember the place for bargains in . . . ta. w-.;". -zxai: x ; . lc-, ix. -.r-z 3R.ELIABLE Q-OODS STJTCLIFFE BROS' New is one array of beauty with its loads of new Wall Paper, C...

Publication Title: Rock Island Daily Argus
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